Jacques Baudier is president of Carnyx Consulting and Vice President of INSEAD Angels France.
Previously Jacques led Business Development activities for ST Microelectronics in Asia: Japan, Korea, China, Taiwan.
Jacques graduated from UPMC/Paris VI with speciality in Electronics and completed his education with a MBA in Strategy and Finance from Columbia Business School.
Christian Fleutelot is Managing Director at Yptos, a management consulting company.
Previous to Yptos he held positions as General Manager at Inside Secure and Managing Director at ATMEL.
Christian graduated from the Ecole Centrale de Lyon engineering school in 1983.
Jean-François Lambert is Managing Partner at CEDRE Participations and Board Member at France Angels.
Previously he has held Senior Sales Management positions at Cadence Design Systems, ETESIAN Semiconductor, Synopsys and MIPS Technologies.
Jean-François graduated from EFREI and UPMC/Paris VI engineering schools and completed his education at HEC business school.
Nicolas Landrin is a Senior Partner with Sofimac Innovation (previously iSource), a leading French venture capital firm specializing in early stage investments.
He started his career at AT&T in the United States then in France. He was then responsible for marketing and development for the new operators at Lucent for 10 years before heading the business of partnering and alliances in Europe at Kenan Systems (a specialist in billing systems). He joined iSource in 2001.
Nicolas graduated from ENSTB engineering school and has an MBA from Harvard.
Vincent Mouret is the COO of Algodone.
Previous to Algodone, Vincent has been CEO at Wirecom Technologies, LetItWave (sold to Zoran) and Nemerix and VP at Wavecom and Alcatel microelectronics.
Vincent graduated from UPMC/Paris VI Master of Engineering.
Jean-Yves Muller is President Founder of Foreis, an endowment fund whose objective is to promote the development of Small and Medium-sized Semiconductors Businesses in France.
He has more than 30 years of experience in the electronics, telecommunications and semiconductor industry in international companies. During his professional activities, he has been involved in numerous innovation operations, advising technology start-ups, and managing M&A and re-industrialization projects. Jean-Yves initiated the creation and deployment of ethical financing tools for start-up companies; he is also a member of investment committees and business accelerators.
Vincent Turries has been president of MELIES Business Angels from 2010 to 2016. He is still very much involved in activities related to the financing and support to the startups.
Vincent has had a long international business experience in innovation and management in the agrochemical and crop biotech industry. He has spent a significant portion of his career abroad, specially in the USA and Japan.
Vincent graduated from Institut National Agronomique Paris engineering school completed with an MBA from ISA business school.